MV aldermen pass ordinances for new, small subdivision

Steve Chapman

The Mt. Vernon Board of Aldermen passed five ordinances and two resolutions during their meeting on Tuesday, May 10.
The first two ordinances passed dealt with the final platting of lots in the city. The first ordinance authorized the approval and acceptance of the final plat of the Ricky D. and Heidi M. Clark Minor Subdivision, which consists of two tracts of land, each a little over a half-acre in size. The second ordinance authorized the approval and acceptance of the re-plat of Lots 16 and 17 of the Kings Row Addition.
The third ordinance established a procedure for city officials to disclose potential conflicts of interest and substantial interests. The fourth ordinance appointed Darlene Parrigon as Mt. Vernon City Attorney, while the final ordinance re-appointed Melissa Aduddle as City clerk, Dustin Davis as Director of Public Works, David Hubert as Chief of Police and Shari Weldy as City Treasurer.
Later in the meeting, the board also passed two resolutions at the request of City Administrator Joe Kelley. The first resolution authorized the city to adopt the Lawrence County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan, while the second ordinance authorized Davis to act as the appointed Director to the Southwest Missouri Joint Municipal Water Utility Commission and Kelley to act as the appointed alternate.
The Mt. Vernon Board of Aldermen next meets on Tuesday, May 24.


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